Gerónimo Ramos, most likely a native of Llerena (Badajoz province), was the son of Ruy Martín and Leonor Ramos. If so, then Gerónimo first went to Cartagena with Junco in 1535. He was present at the 1540 muster as an unassigned horseman. Gerónimo may be related to fellow expeditionary Juan de Ramos.
AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.295 = Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:1439 [March 22, 1535 [Jerónimo Ramos, hijo de Ruy Martín y de Leonor Ramos, natural de Llerena, (a Cartagena) con Juan del Junco] [Junco went to Santa Marta instead] (highly likely)]
1540, Feb.: Muster in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 12 [three horses and native arms]
“Disposal of the Juan Jiménez Estate,” in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 27 [Coafor, February 25, 1542, Ramos serves as witness and gives testimony about Jiménez’s death and last wishes] [keeping watch one night in February when called to witness the naming of albaceas] [not in pueblo where Vázquez de Coronado was (so probably not the surgeon)];
?Alonso Álvarez testimony in Flint, Great Cruelties [p.316: witness Alonso Álvarez said Ramos treated Bigotes, since Alonso Álvarez was a witness for Jimenez's death along with Ramos and made no mention of Ramos being a surgeon]
?AGI, Contratación, 5709, N. 5 [Bienes de difuntos, Tello de Sandoval, sent to Spain in 1546] [includes Gerónimo Ramos, murió en el pueblo de Santus Hernández, difunto en Oaxaca, 23 pesos de oro]
Other info: Piferrer, Nobiliario, 3:91-92, #1256 [1574 earned a real carta ejecutoria de hidalguía for Domingo Ramos; escudo of gules and una faja de oro puesta en abismo, cargada de 3 cintas de gules, acompañada de 2 castillos of gold, 1 above and the other below, este acompañado by 2 ramos verdes nacientes de la base del castillo]
Relatives?: ?AHAG, Justicia, Capellanías, Registros, 1553-1802, Caja 1 [s/f, Aguascalientes, re: house located in Guadalajara contained in the will of don Pedro Ramos, descendant?]